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are cal tran workers and contractors. there is a silver nissan here in the bushes and on the ground ha body lays of a construction worker. there is a vehicle responsible for hitting the two construction workers. let's go to video we took earlier today at 2:40 this morning. the chp was called to this accident scene. two contractors for cal trans was moving a road work sign that alerts drivers when a silver nissan slammed into them. one of the construction workers died the other suffered minor injuries. the driver of the nissan was trapped and he had to be extricated. >> we are not sure if alcohol played a role in the occasion. he was coherent at the time but was transported with life threatening injuries. >> reporter: these construction workers were here on the right shoulder next to their work truck doing emergency repair work on a dip in the roadway just north of scott creek road exit. they were scheduled to be here until 6:00 a.m.. now all of that has changed because of this accident. there are contractors from the construction company that these workers who showed up here at the sce
n an interview before you wrote this book. >> something you can never the quite cal brate is the human emotional aspect of markets. >> i'm glad you raised that issue charlie because i'm just starting to write a economic. it's call the economytrics of human name. >> rose: so you do put numbers on. >> i don't know that yet. i know i can do it in a number of instances but whether i can
hypocrite cal? >> extremely. >> i don't think so. there's a different level of seriousness. >> that's what i'm saying. they're okay with this. >> you mean that they say first amendment, blah. i'm totally on your side on that. there are many times in the history of this country where the first amendment has said it doesn't apply to that. privacy and security, yelling fire in a movie theater. >> i once shouted in a movie theater. >> i made the best point of the segment. it's already illegal. >> we couldn't stop there because we would have four minutes to fill. one person's dirty talk to a kid is another person's -- >> one person's dirty talk to a kid is -- >> cookie monster. >> you're scaring all the people watching. >> it's a terrifying voice. >> that how bill see himself in the mirror. >> that's how bill cease everything. >> the court order is strong with this one. >> don't encourage him. >> who? we don't know who we're talking to? >> under obama care men are covered when they give birth. it's a day whatever of whatever. >> a congresswoman challenged kathleen about coverage you might not nee
. welcome back there were scary moments friday morning in the cal the cut, what a car heading eastbound in the first board caught on fire. >> we have video of the scene taken by a deer or heavy smoke made it hard to see inside the tunnel. people that out of their cars, mostly keeping call kron4 haazig madyun menu was at the scene and tells us what happened. >> this 1988 acura legend went up in flames inside the tunnel in the eastbound lane number one on friday morning. >> oakland fire department chief states that it was a closed environment with only one way in and one way out we had car striking turnaround appeared >> that once the fire started to tumble quickly filled with smoke there were eight people who needed immediate medical attention. >> the all of it we see people being transported for right now is for smoke inhalation. >> a lot of the people were trans purported or younger people and children. >> the driver made it out safely. >> oakland and her rendered fared first teamed up to battle the blaze which are burned about 30 minutes before it was totally extinguished. >> drivers
three incidents on the cal campus since wednesday and more than a dozen muggings in the last month. >>> a person in a motorized wheelchair is dead after being hit by a car on market street in san francisco. it happened at the intersection of market and octavia around midnight. the victim in the crosswalk at the time. the driver stayed at the scene and is cooperating with investigators. check your morning commute now wi with. >>> three-car crash with massive backups on 101. cleared southbound at the. going to take one hour to head from castro valley down to prove it. enough is enough. d-con baits are specially formulated to kill in one feeding. guaranteed. d-con. get out. >>> good morning. quite a range in temperatures. mid to upper 30s around santa rosa, napa, concord, san ramon. san francisco, 48 degrees. today, temperatures will be warmer than yesterday. all the sunshine this morning. that's going to push us one to four degrees warmer than yesterday. a lot of mid to upper 60s. accuweather seven-day forecast, about two to seven degrees warmer. and notice high clouds as we transiti
percent of users say they turn to twitter for breaking news. interest in nurse's ipo is chris cal clear. twitter being valued at as much as 12 and a half billion dollars. well if you are looking to redeem miles with united airlines next year it will cost you especially if you are flying to europe, middle east, africa and asia. first class seat to europe that now costs 135 miles round trip will cost 160,000 miles and 220,000 miles to use on the star line partner airline. domestic award requirements those won't change requiring 20,000 miles for a round trip ticket in economy class. black friday deals also coming early to amazon. two things you need to know. the e retailer for the first time will offer two deals every single day through december 22nd. p second an electronic holiday gift guide will showcase some of the tech ideas offering a new deal through the end of the year. back to you ladies. >>> lauren simonetti joining us. thank you very much. >> incredible images after a plane plunges to the ground. survivors frantically trying to rescue others in the spoeld smoldering debris. what
. >> it really was. >> mike barn cal and peter gammons here with us as well. >> it was an absolutely unbelievable evening. it was an unbelievable year. >> yeah. can you imagine. >> we're here opening day. you're not a front-runner, one of the most loyal red sox fans. you go to the first game of the year and last game of the year. >> exactly. >> they are winning the world series in boston. but we were here the first game of the year and it was just nice. nobody expected much out of this team. and it was a nice week or two of baseball. and then april 15th happened. and i remember mike, who always has been the guy -- mike you're always the guy, you called me up when i was in florida, you said this is going on. it's always about games. you called me up when they had the first game back here at fenway. and you said, joe, get in front of your tv set, you're about to see something special. you're about to see a city come around a baseball team. like never before. >> well, the team exelmplifies like never before. the marathon bombing, it was like a family picnic was bombed. everyone knows somebody who ra
their identify long cal struggles and allows them to take some control of the narrative and maybe put forward some ideas of their own, instead, though, they continue to litigate the past, which is really sad, because this an opportunity for republicans to take hold again. i mean the public is not happy with the website. this is really a chance for them, and instead they harp back on the old rhetoric. you're listening to cruz. it's embarrassing, and i think the party deserves more than this. >> does the overreach harm president obama? >> it further discredits ted cruz that it is such bomb bass particular rhetoric. i don't think anybody sees the president abusing his power. how about syria? he says i will go to congress. when they make those charges it does reduce their credibility. >> in many case progressives and people on the left thought the president would always go for compromise. >> and should have been more of a dictate or. they wanted him to seize more power. >> you know, abbey, when you look at the fact that ted cruz today started going after hillary clinton with the fear mongering an
anybody not from kansas should do oz cal goerall. >> those folks worked hard to go down the yellow ]. road. end of the day when they got there and pulled back the curtain, they found there was nothing that they didn't already have. and, as we pull back the curtain on affordable care act, they're finding it's not exactly what they worked so hard to find their way to as well. >> mr. chairman, i would look to remind the committee that the wizard of oz is not a documentary. now, all of this talk of dorothy and toto and yellow brick road and yet unborn kathleen sebelius on a tricycle was all because the secretary of health and human services spent most of her working life in kansas. >> kathleen sebelius is former governor of kansas. okay. well you are not in kansas anymore-thee. you are in the big time. >> and nothing, i mean nothing makes you feel you are in the big time more than the number of times members of congressmention the wizard of ozzen a wic ein a important hearing. when our little girl was born, we got a subaru. it's where she said her first word. (little girl) no! saw her first da
, in the middle of mulling over whether or not to take time off, they looked at the cal tar, looked at their agenda, made some hard decisions. next year the house will be in session for the desire year for a grand total of 113 days, significantly less than half of the workdays in the year will be days they even work. that's even less than they worked this year. this is the least productive congress on record in america. and they're going to work less. this is what working 113 days looks like. shaded days are workdays. everything else is not. nice, right? thank you, eric cantor. on the one hand, they get paid a minimum of $174,000 a year to work this schedule, which is ridiculous. on the sunny side, maybe we should be grateful when they are there less. if you don't come to work, that's less time to destroy the government that you technically work in. in honor of our house of representatives that not only does not work, they don't like to work and they rarely show up for it. and in honor of my great pride and excitement of being on the simpson's this weekend, it is appropriate to cele
cal family and clinton political family had come so far it was something they were willing to take a look at. they were right it didn't happen. they were right results didn't argue for going forward. make no mistake they looked at it because of the perilous political position the president found him in at that point. >> john, one of the points that's just fascinating you both bring up is the trip the president makes to his hometown chicago he's home, makes a rare trip to his house. get you to respond. now alone in his old house for just the third night since he had become president he started rummaging through boxes, digging, digging until suddenly he found it. a small nour plan panel paper booklet the world had never seen before. on the front gynecological hospital, in honolulu. on the back was a picture of a hawaiian queen on the inside page were his name, his mother's name and his date of birth. does it suggest the birther controversy was weighing on him more than he ever let on, more than we knew? >> absolutely. at that point in time you recall donald trump was making a big dea
.s. you can imagine what a lojest cal nightmare this has back. live from los angeles internationalarity, i'm teri okita, back to you. >> hundreds witnessed the gun battle inside l.a.x. complete coverage continues with vic in the newsroom with more. >> reporter: as you can imagine, it was a terrifying scene for the hundreds of people in terminal 3. here's a live look at the scene right now. this is outside terminal 3, where the investigation continues. you see a number of ambulances are lined up there, in case they were ever needed. the gunman pulled out the assault rifle and began opening fire. one man describes exactly what he saw. >> there was a guy downstairs, started shooting. and one guy fell down. panic erupted and he was heading up through the security shack. >> so you were standing in line and you saw the man open fire? describe what happened. >> just three loud pops. and everybody started panicking. >> reporter: that man said as soon as heheard are the first gunshot, he hit the ground and security ran through the airport. >> wjz now has the latest on the shooting at l.a.x. one tsa
is your best bet. san mateo bridge is slow getting across the bay and slow traffic on 880. bart and cal train are on time. 9, 27, 48. >> a vicious dog attack last night and four people are in the hospital. tara moriarty is in that neighborhood now. you've been out there since early this morning and know more about what happened last night. >> reporter: neighbors say the scene out here last night was very chaotic. a man walking down this path was attacked by two other dogs described as pit bulls or pit bull mixes. when it got to the street, that's when neighbors say it got really scary. >> just before 9:00 last night, neighbors heard screams. >> there was like a bunch of cop cars out here and i was scared and i heard gunshots and i ran inside. >> some neighbors ran out of their homes to see what all of the commotion was about. that's when two dogs with a man walking his two dogs attacked them. >> there was blood all on my sidewalk and my driveway. they got close to here. >> four people were bitten. wounds mostly to arm s and legs. >> officers arrived and the dogs charged at the officers
-products of that would have been something that was not only calamitous for the game, but cal ripken's consecutive game played streak would have been stopped. those weren't the reasons that we intervened, but nonetheless, those were by-products which could have caused serious harm to the game. >> host: did you view the major league players' association as a traditional union? >> guest: well, i think -- yes. i think we viewed it that way, and i think that most obvious servers of collective bargaining and baseball have viewed them that way. they are a traditional union, but they perform many functions that a union in auto or steel or lek -- electronics, construction would not perform. because what the union does is simply in baseball and other sports bargain minimum standards on salary, a minimum wage. but as we know, the owners frequently do negotiate -- sometimes to their a everlasting regret as is the case, i think, with the yankees now with rodriguez -- amounts of money, sums which are considerably above the minimum. and as well they negotiate the pension. one of the things that -- as well as health
quick note here. cal tran system about a half hour delay due to earlier equipment problems. right here, 101 southbound starting to loosen up. we many a crash just past willow. that's where the red zone is. but it's starting to loosen up. that crash has cleared just south of university. meanwhile, heading up toward oakland, still have the late slowing for north 88. we look over here toward the toll plaza. no big deal. back to you. >> thanks, mike. much more local news coming up at 11:00. hope to see you then. ♪ >>> all right. we're back on this funday monday. getting you caught up on all things hollywood. jenna bush hager is here helping me do a fantastic job. >> it's fun. here to fill us in on celebrity scoop, my man, rob chuter. >> hello. >> all right, rob. let's talk about chris brown. >> this is a big story. >> what is wrong with him? >> over the weekend, he was caught in a brawl in d.c., in the wee hours of the morning, 4:30 in the morning, he got in an altercation outside the "w" hotel. a very fancy hotel in d.c. he was arrested, taken away. >> what did he say before, i just wan
a magazine and started the monthly. very soon it was breaking news corruption,cal politics, and those of been our core issues ever since. the name was named after mary jo harris, who called herself "mother jones," who was a labor leader and activist. she called herself a hell raiser 20th century, 100 years ago or so. they had the project all plotted out, any type of magazine they wanted to do, and they were -- they were stuck on a name. they were about to do a mass mailing to get subscribers. so what he suggested this comment else that yet, great name. and that is what happened. host: what is the mission of "mother jones" today? guest: our tagline is smart, fearless journalism, and that is what we aim to do again and again. we want to eliminate, educate, engage on subject matters that we think are very important. they can be money in politics, climate change, the state of politics, the influence of power in america, and like i said, the early mission was -- you know, we are reporting driven. as you will see behind me, i do not know what you can see up there, but we have 10 reporters in this b
in orange and humboldt counties in california. is a graduate of cal state fullerton and received his jd from western state university. please proceed. >> good morning, mr. chairman, ranking member, members of the subcommittee, thank you for a limited that's why today. my name is david labahn. eight years ago national organization to represent and include appointed and elected as well as deputies and assistant. on behalf of apa i am pleased of the opportunity to address the issues surrounding this vast expansion of self-defense repurchase stand your ground. as prosecutors we seek to do justice for victims and hold offenders accountable. especially in cases where life has been finally ended whether by firearm or other deadly means. since 2009 apa has tried to legislate progressive standard ground and assistant prosecutors to enforce these expensive new laws. i've attached to my testimony our statement of principle for guarding stand your ground law's, which have raised a number of troubling intense concern. prosecutors and professional associations have overwhelming opposed stand your ground l
counties in khalfani and a graduate of cal state and received his j.d. from western state university. mr. labonte please proceed. >> the good morning mr. chairman and ranking member crews and the subcommittee thank you for the opportunity to testify before you today. apa is the only national organization to represent and include appointed elected as well as deputy assistance. i am pleased to have the opportunity to address the issues surrounding this vast expansion of self-defense repurchase tendered graham. as prosecutors we seek justice for victims and hold offenders accountable for their actions especially in cases where life has been quietly ended by fire are markedly means. since 2009 ap has a track the progression of an assistant prosecutors to enforce these expansive. i've attached my testimony regarding the "stand your ground" law spray these laws are very troubling and dangerous. prosecutors in the professional associations have or only oppose "stand your ground" law's. the current -- concerns expressed due to the elimination to go into hold violent criminals accountable for the
obama care for three election cycles. >> i have to jump on the electoral cal clus, which is what about the government shutdown? we have totally forgotten about the government shutdown and how the republican party blundered that. where people were out of work for week, billions of dollars were lost. so we're coming -- but the aca has obfuscated this, and this is going to be a real danger for the democratic party if it is not resolved. if we get to november and it's not worked out, come to december. >> americans haven't forgot. if we look at opinions about the republican party, they have declined as a result of that shutdown. they have not come back. in september, it was 44% negative. early october during the shutdown, 53% negative. late october, early novshgs we're still at 53% negative. people don't seem to have forgotten about the shutdown. >> anybody in washington, but let obesity fair, if you live or reside in washington and have an elected official -- >> yeah, yeah. >> bad number right there. >> not that much. >> but maybe that is the win. i will put that on the table as a possibil
outside and play because i'm scared. >> joining me now, ronnian cal lick covering the story. ronnia with a welcome for anyone who did not see the complete testimony from the children and their father, how compelling was their story? how was it received on the hill? >> well, they traveled 7,000 miles to come and tell congress about the drone strike that killed their grandmother and only five members of congress attended. so but the five members of congress who did attend almost all apologized to the family for the strike. and testimony was heartbreaking. it was very moving, as well. it brought congressman alan grayson to tears as well as several other people in the room. and i think it's really important for really all americans to see this because this is the first time that drone strike victims have been able to directly address congress and the american public. and to actually put a face on the people who are being impacted by this program. >> ronnia, did you get any answers as to why only five of our elected officials were there for that testimony? >> well, congressman gray son s
these ideas -- there are myth cal cancellations of all health insurance, people should read their policy because if they're getting canceled, it is because it doesn't cover mental health screenings, doesn't cover mammograms, doesn't cover prostate exams, if you were to ever use it, it would be canceled because you reach a cap. all of these things that if you ever actually tried to use that junk insurance policy, it will be a nightmare. the federal government said it is illegal to sell people junk policies and if you have one, it has to be converted to a -- >> what you're arguing is that people who said, you know, the president said in the camera, if you like your insurance, you can keep it. you're saying, hey, you didn't like your insurance. you don't know. >> you didn't use it. >> that's a tough sell. he should have said, i guess, something more along the lines of the insurance you have is awful, and we're going to get rid of it and change it. >> this gets the -- i want to get to this side of it as well. we're talking about, you know, what -- this absolutely could still work and what ha
that's, i get that cal clax, too, if you are in the white house and the more you make a show of this the more you will be embarrassed if you can't win or come close to winning. do you think your party right now, governor whitman talks about in the state of fuge, the national lack of involvement. is your party setting itself up here, two, three years from now, you will look back and say, geeze, we built christie up a little too much? >> i don't think so. of course, we were saved by the virginia race. we will win in virginia. the republicans have a weak candidate this election will be a draw. will you have a democrat win in virginia. it's off to the next election. >> in terms of the image that we show that nbc poll that shows christie, the only republican poll, nationally, it's like a two to one spread. when you look to all of the problems, we've talked so much about the political party in 2012, it seems to me like you nominate christie, superficially, you will solve all those problems? >> it will be an interesting race, remember, steve, since world war ii, there has been no 12
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